Chris Evans’s Mustache Might Simply Be the Actual Star of “The Grey Man”

Chris Evans stars as Lloyd Hansen in Netflix's "The Gray Man."

It seems, “The Gray Man”‘s cast is much extra stacked than initially anticipated. Along with starring hunky trifecta Chris Evans, Ryan Gosling, and Regé-Jean Web page, the forthcoming spy thriller additionally options an equally buzzy celeb: a brand new Evans mustache. The actor’s distinguished upper-lip hair is entrance and middle in first-look photos from “The Gray Man” that Netflix launched on April 26, and my oh my, is it working for him.

Within the forthcoming movie, Evans portrays villainous CIA agent Lloyd Hansen, who hunts down Gosling’s Court docket Gentry throughout the globe. His character’s completely quaffed ‘stache is accompanied by a slicked-back coiffure that, for causes we won’t fairly clarify, solely provides to his sinister vibe. (No disrespect to hair-gel customers in all places.) Regardless of his evil nature, it is onerous to disclaim Evans nonetheless looks like a dreamboat as Hansen, even for those who’re not usually a fan of mustaches.

Although the actor usually has both a clean-shaven face or a full beard, he famously ventured into the in-between territory of getting a mustache for his Broadway debut in “Lobby Hero.” Within the 2018 play, he portrayed a police officer with a barely extra downturned, horseshoe-adjacent mustache that prolonged previous his decrease lip. In a New York Times profile printed that very same yr, Evans likened the facial hair to a disguise, telling the publication, “Folks do not acknowledge me in any respect. I can look them proper within the eye — it is like I am invisible.”

We will already inform different notable hair moments abound in “The Grey Man.” Along with Evans’s mustache, Ana de Armas has a sleek bob with flipped-under ends, and Gosling rocks a thick beard. This is hoping Netflix drops an official trailer ASAP so we will see Gosling and Evans go face to face with their respective facial-hair appears.



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